To cap off the second season of the ‘Santander Community Quarterback’ program, Santander Bank and the Philadelphia Eagles recognized 10 program honorees and announced the Top ‘Community Quarterback’ during a special celebration at Lincoln Financial Field.
During the celebration, Santander Bank and the Philadelphia Eagles announced that Anne Keenan, Reading Recycled, of Ambler, was voted this season’s Top ‘Community Quarterback,’ according to a press release.
Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham and Eagles alumni Jason Avant were in attendance to congratulate the inspiring individuals for the positive impact they have made in the Philadelphia community. The evening was emceed by Philadelphia Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro.
As the Top ‘Community Quarterback,’ Keenan was awarded a $10,000 donation to a local non-profit of her choice, in addition to the $500 non-profit donation and VIP game-day experience at an Eagles home game that all ‘Santander Community Quarterback’ honorees received. During the Eagles 2018 season, Santander donated $15,000 to 10 local non-profit organizations selected by the Community Quarterbacks.
“We are proud to partner with the Eagles to recognize and support the altruistic efforts of our Santander Community Quarterbacks and to applaud the difference they are making in their communities,” said Angela Moultrie, Santander’s Region President for the Pennsylvania/New Jersey Central regions. “Each honoree does something special that touches the lives of so many people and we respect their drive and passion to do good.”